Week InAdvance | Mon 2/6 SGCCI (BCBS-CPMI-FSB-IOSCO) meets in DC (thru Tue). | Tue 2/7 25th anniversary of the Maastricht Treaty. | Wed 2/8 INVESTORS Mortgage Securitization Council meets with Fannie, Freddie, FHFA. OECD Parliamentary Days in Paris (thru Fri). | Thu 2/9 INVESTORS Market Practices Council meets.
Mon Feb 6, 2017
please join us...

Wednesday, Feb 8
INVESTORS Mortgage Securitization Council meets
Representatives from Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae and the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) on the phone to discuss, and answer questions, on the single security issue.  All INVESTORS members are welcome to participate. 
3:30 - 4:30 pm

Thursday, Feb 9
INVESTORS Market Practices Council meets
A representative from HSBC will join the call to share some insight on the implementation of uncleared margin requirements.
11 - 11:30 am

for more info on INVESTORS Councils
Matthew Jones,  staff director 
(202) 712-9050
at the agencies

Monday, Feb 6
Closed meeting on p roposed semiannual monetary policy report and statement to Congress.

Monday, Feb 6 -
Tuesday, Feb 7
The Study Group on Central Clearing Interdependencies (SGCCI) meets in Washington DC. The joint study group - whose members include the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS), the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI), the Financial Stability Board (FSB), and the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO) -  was established in July 2015 to identify, quantify and analyze interdependencies between CCPs and major clearing members and any resulting systemic implications. The group is focusing on interdependencies that may have implications for global financial stability. This includes smaller market participants or CCPs that have interdependencies with larger banks or CCPs. However, the aim of the study group is not to map all of the central clearing interdependencies around the globe. Read their 2016 progress report here.
on the hill

House in session Mon-Tues. Senate in session.  House Democrats hold retreat Feb. 8-10 in Baltimore.  House, Senate committees hold meetings to consider rules, oversight plans and appoint staff.
across the globe

Monday, Feb 6
Tuesday, Feb 7
HAMBURG, Germany
G20 Trade and Investment Working Group meeting.

Monday, Feb 6 -
Thursday, Feb 9
IOSCO's Committee 1 on Issuer Accounting, Audit and Disclosure meeting.

Tuesday, Feb 7
The 15th Annual European Financial Services Conference.

Wednesday, Feb 8 -
Friday, Feb 10
PARIS, France
Fifth OECD Parliamentary Days, which includes a meeting of the OECD Global Parliamentary Network, held jointly with the NATO Parliamentary Assembly annual meeting at the OECD  and the participation of the Women in Parliaments Global Forum

Saturday, Feb 11
U.S. Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer to address the Warwick Economics Summit at the University of Warwick in central England.
other events

Monday, Feb 6
SAN DIEGO, California
U.S. Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Patrick Harker gives the keynote address on "FinTech Regulation" at the Global Interdependence Center's payment systems event.

Monday, Feb 6 -
Wednesday, Feb 8
LAGUNA BEACH, California
FIA/SIFMA Asset Management Derivatives Forum.  The program reviews global regulatory regimes and issues critical to the buy-side and will feature presentations by Morgan Stanley, Citadel Securities, Vanguard Group Inc. and Goldman Sachs Asset Management

Tuesday, Feb 7
2017 Regulatory Outlook: The Impact on Your Compliance, Risk and Controls. Carol Massar from Bloomberg News, former FINRA Head of Enforcement, Brad Bennett, and finance industry professionals discuss how the changing political landscape will impact financial services regulations in 2017.

Wednesday, Feb 8 -
Thursday, Feb 9
SIFMA Anti-Money Laundering and Financial Crimes Conference 2017. Speakers include FinCEN's Jamal El-Hindi and Andrea Sharrin; FINRA's Michael Rufino and Susan Axelrod; and Stephen Shine, chief regulatory counsel at Prudential Financial. The SEC's Division of Enforcement acting director Stephanie Avakian will give the closing keynote address.
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